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  1. Rancid User ron spencer's Avatar
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    I was fooling with my parents mahcine last night....it has on-board audio and they want to record some stuff (LPs). question is, how do you tell what the capabilities of the on-board audio card is? For example. can you capture 96/24 or just 44.1/16?

    Is there a program out there that you can install that will find all this?

    they have SoundMax Integrated Digital audio from device mananager in xp
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  2. You could lookup the M/B information on the web or try capturing audio with something like Audacity and see which settings it allows.
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    I think in order to capture 96-24 you have to have a fiber optic or digital coax connection. I don't believe its possible to do that high of a recording off of analog connections.
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    you can record 96/25 from analog...my soundblaster, which is "certified" for this does it nicely.

    With Audacity, and Audition, which I tried on their machine let me record any sample rate/bitrate I want....so I doubt I have a conclusion with it.
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